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You can work around its absence with: gzip -c file > file.gz gzip -dc file.gz > file
The best way would be to download a Fedora srpm and rebuild it on CentOS 6. Find a local Fedora 22 src mirror at https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mirrormanager/mirrors/Fedora/22/source, navigate to /updates/22/SRPMS/g/ and download gzip-1.6-8.fc22.src.rpm You can rebuild that on CentOS 6 with: rpmbuild --rebuild gzip-1.6-8.fc22.src.rpm
I think two options. The first is to search if this version (or newer) is available in alternatives repositories. Other option is download and compile the source code. Sorry for my English level.
Just found this article: Howto make Nginx decompress a gzipped request It looks good, but I haven't tried it yet. Hope it helps.
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